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A bachelor is an academic degree program that helps prepare students for a future career or to continue their education. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned in about three to five years depending on student achievement as well as the requirements of each specific degree program.

Australia has seven of the top 100 institution of higher learning in the world! Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, placing eighth in the Universitas 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems.

Bachelor in Allied Healthcare in Australia

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2 Results in Allied Healthcare, Australia

Charles Darwin University

This vocational and professionally oriented degree will prepare students for a career as medical scientists in the areas of diagnostic pathology, research, and specialise ... [+]

Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLSC)

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Casuarina Campus

This vocational and professionally oriented degree will prepare students for a career as medical scientists in the areas of diagnostic pathology, research, and specialised laboratories. Medical laboratory scientists are integral to the diagnosis and management of disease, through conducting research into the causes and cures of disease and improving tests for disease detection.

Graduates are employed in fields such as diagnostic pathology, forensic pathology, and research laboratories, as well as health management, public health departments, the Red Cross Blood Service, educational institutes and the pharmaceutical industry.... [-]

Australia Darwin Sydney Melbourne
January 2020
English
Full-time
Part-time
4 - 8 years
Campus
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University of Wollongong

The Bachelor of Medical and Radiation Physics is very hands-on with large practical components in all subjects studied to complement the underlying theoretical physical p ... [+]

Course summary

Medical and radiation physicists work in many different fields related to human health in order to improve the quality of life. They are familiar with aspects of ionising and non-ionising radiation used for radiation medicine. They are familiar with various forms of therapeutic radiation oncology as well as different methods of diagnostic radiation imaging, and the mechanisms of how such radiation interacts with the human body. They are also familiar with exciting new radiation medicine technologies being developed for the continued improvement in the treatment of human diseases.

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The Bachelor of Medical and Radiation Physics is very hands-on with large practical components in all subjects studied to complement the underlying theoretical physical principles.... [-]

Australia Wollongong
March 2020
English
Full-time
Part-time
3 years
Campus
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